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Anyong Bluth
10-19-2005, 12:34 AM
I'm in no way trying to make an excuse for or shit D 2ndary b/c it been about as easy to make a pass on as your promdate passed out drunk. Given the fact that 17 other teams have generated more sacks. But, I was more interested in seeing what their completion % was and how it ranked:

Passing Defense
Team (http://www.nfl.com/stats/teamsort/NFL/DEF-PASSING/2005/regular?&_1:col_1=1&_1:col_2=6) G (http://www.nfl.com/stats/teamsort/NFL/DEF-PASSING/2005/regular?&_1:col_1=2&_1:col_2=6) Att (http://www.nfl.com/stats/teamsort/NFL/DEF-PASSING/2005/regular?&_1:col_1=3&_1:col_2=6) Att/G (http://www.nfl.com/stats/teamsort/NFL/DEF-PASSING/2005/regular?&_1:col_1=4&_1:col_2=6) Cmp (http://www.nfl.com/stats/teamsort/NFL/DEF-PASSING/2005/regular?&_1:col_1=5&_1:col_2=6) Pct (http://www.nfl.com/stats/teamsort/NFL/DEF-PASSING/2005/regular?&_1:col_1=6&_1:col_2=6) Yds (http://www.nfl.com/stats/teamsort/NFL/DEF-PASSING/2005/regular?&_1:col_1=7&_1:col_2=6) Yds/G (http://www.nfl.com/stats/teamsort/NFL/DEF-PASSING/2005/regular?&_1:col_1=8&_1:col_2=6) TDs (http://www.nfl.com/stats/teamsort/NFL/DEF-PASSING/2005/regular?&_1:col_1=9&_1:col_2=6) Int (http://www.nfl.com/stats/teamsort/NFL/DEF-PASSING/2005/regular?&_1:col_1=10&_1:col_2=6) Sck (http://www.nfl.com/stats/teamsort/NFL/DEF-PASSING/2005/regular?&_1:col_1=11&_1:col_2=6) SckYds (http://www.nfl.com/stats/teamsort/NFL/DEF-PASSING/2005/regular?&_1:col_1=12&_1:col_2=6)
Baltimore (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/BAL) 5 154 30.8 80 51.9 784 156.8 4 3 11 58
NewEngland (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/NE) 6 175 29.2 95 54.3 1368 228.0 12 1 11 75
Dallas (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/DAL) 6 186 31.0 102 54.8 1189 198.2 8 6 20 158
TampaBay (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/TB) 6 177 29.5 98 55.4 1028 171.3 2 7 15 79
Cincinnati (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/CIN) 6 210 35.0 117 55.7 1202 200.3 4 14 9 55
Jacksonville (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/JAC) 6 173 28.8 97 56.1 921 153.5 7 8 14 71
Buffalo (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/BUF) 6 155 25.8 88 56.8 821 136.8 4 9 14 111
Minnesota (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/MIN) 5 148 29.6 84 56.8 898 179.6 9 6 9 56
Washington (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/WAS) 5 153 30.6 87 56.9 891 178.2 4 1 5 26
Seattle (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/SEA) 6 197 32.8 112 56.9 1207 201.2 8 3 18 117
Chicago (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/CHI) 5 174 34.8 100 57.5 930 186.0 6 10 14 85
Denver (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/DEN) 6 236 39.3 136 57.6 1470 245.0 7 4 8 62
GreenBay (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/GB) 5 145 29.0 84 57.9 975 195.0 9 4 10 50
Carolina (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/CAR) 6 222 37.0 129 58.1 1457 242.8 9 7 11 78
Arizona (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/ARI) 5 144 28.8 84 58.3 987 197.4 5 5 12 88
Philadelphia (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/PHI) 5 157 31.4 92 58.6 1045 209.0 7 6 11 73
Oakland (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/OAK) 5 166 33.2 98 59.0 1243 248.6 7 2 8 45
Miami (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/MIA) 5 165 33.0 98 59.4 952 190.4 8 3 13 132
Detroit (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/DET) 5 174 34.8 104 59.8 1094 218.8 8 10 12 83
San Diego (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/SD) 6 212 35.3 127 59.9 1472 245.3 7 4 17 110
New Orleans (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/NO)6 156 26.0 94 60.3 1036 172.7 9 4 12 71
NewYork(A) 6 182 30.6 111 61.0 1038 173.0 5 7 9 58
Atlanta (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/ATL) 6 193 32.2 121 62.7 1336 222.7 9 6 20 136
Pittsburgh (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/PIT) 5 164 32.8 104 63.4 1026 205.2 4 5 18 128
Kansas City (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/KC) 5 186 37.2 119 64.0 1390 278.0 9 2 11 77
New York(N) (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/NYG)5 223 44.6 145 65.0 1581 316.2 8 9 11 81
St.Louis (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/STL) 6 204 34.0 134 65.7 1506 251.0 12 3 16 77
Indianapolis (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/IND) 6 201 33.5 132 65.7 1176 196.0 4 11 21 134
Houston (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/HOU) 5 134 26.8 92 68.7 1049 209.8 7 1 7 39
SanFran 5 210 42.0 146 69.5 1718 343.6 12 5 15 105
Tennessee (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/TEN) 6 167 27.8 120 71.9 1273 212.2 13 3 18 116
Cleveland (http://www.nfl.com/teams/news/CLE) 5 158 31.6 116 73.4 1127 225.4 7 5 8 53


Doesn't the fact that Indy gives up a higher completion % - 5th worst in the league & and a 4.6 YPC avg in the run, 6th worst in the league, a better indicator of how this team will fair over the course of the year. They look very much like the Chiefs of '03 - soft schedule with little test- maybe even less tests than we had, and the beneficiaries of a number of turnovers, they have 11 INT's and 3 fumbles and a +8 TO TA / GA ratio, 3rd in the NFL. The D is improved but the high number of ints are a product of crappy teams that tried to match points or were behind and with their pass rush a respectable result.

A team such as Washington, Denver, KC, Atlanta & others with solid O-lines, (Roaf shutting out Freeney 2 times, ahem... ahem) could really turn out a la Cincy v Chefs '03. A 4.6 ypc = Ball Control and neutralizing a pass rush when you have 3rd and shorts that allow 3 step drops, draws, and delays. Their D's passing completion % is actually worse than ours! The delays and draws or screens would slow down penetration some, and running off tackle at Freeney has been successful before. Help for Simon would be needed but we have the guys, including TRich, to do it I think once Samson can return and our line can get some time to actually all play together for ONCE! Shields play has been a ? for me, but we can only hope the blocking picks up - and Samson provides us with the ability to run to the right - even just a few times, b/c no team was too bothered by our rushing to that side when Black or anyone else was over there.

The Colts are extremely blessed with the best record and shit your pants in disbelief easy schedule. Homefield throughout might just be enough to get them over the hump b/c lets face it - I don't see a team outside Atlanta I think that can gameplan and field a team vs whoever comes out of the AFC's brutal and superior contenders.

Ironically, with the way the Donks are playing, minimizing Plummer's touches, and an elite kicker to maximize points chances- they'd be a ripe team to go in and upset them in a playoff game. Indy's put a mindf*ck of equal to degree on denver that the pat's have put on the colts. Wouldn't be too opposed to Denver bouncing them in Indy in their 1st playoff game when they have homefield thru out and then us dropping the Donks at home the next week. Exercise the two Indy and 1 Donkey playoff losses in a way. Not to mention that means the Chargers are out, which is good b/c they are scary good.

Simplex3
10-19-2005, 12:37 AM
ROFL

Great post...

ROFL

Douche Baggins
10-19-2005, 12:56 AM
Hold on. Let me increase my resolution to 3480x960

HolmeZz
10-19-2005, 01:07 AM
I think this page stretches completely around the Earth.

Anyong Bluth
10-19-2005, 01:14 AM
its fixed - it looked right when I copied it and then it got garbled- sorry Here's a link for any one still having trouble b/c I wasted way too much time as is trying to fix it ! (F me!)

http://www.nfl.com/stats/teamsort/NFL/DEF-PASSING/2005/regular?&_1:col_1=6